ASRock and Asus ready their motherboards for the new Intel Core i9-9900KS processor.
The Indian government has finished building three supercomputers as part of ITS National Supercomputing Mission, which aims to build 60 supercomputers by 2022.
Gigabyte is preparing tons of 400-series motherboards for Intel's forthcoming Comet Lake processors.
President Trump delayed a tariff increase on $250 billion worth of goods imported from China by two weeks. They were set to go into effect on October 1.
Dali is AMD's rumored upcoming value, mobile APU expected to launch beside Renoir in 2020. A newly found Linux driver suggests it may not wield Zen 2 cores.
Qualcomm announced that its next-generation 8, 7, and 6-series chips will come integrated with 5G modems, making smartphones significantly more affordable.
Samsung announced its latest flagship processor, the Exynos 980, which comes with integrated 5G modem, Wi-Fi 6, a new and more powerful NPU.
Fujifilm announces the availability of the LTO 8 Ultrium data cartridge with a capacity of 12TB/30TB (compressed/uncompressed) and increased speeds.
G.Skill has teased its 8x 8GB Trident Z Royal kits that won't be available until at least next month.
The Intel Core i9-9900KS, which is supposed to hit 5.0 GHz on all cores, will launch in October. Additionally, the company is promising Cascade Lake-X will offer high relative performance per dollar.
Acer reveals a new thermal pad that is claims allows 77% more power envelope and boosts CPU performance by over 12%.
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